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Tivoli Day Trip from Rome: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este

Tivoli Day Trip from Rome: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este - Tivoli, Italy
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Tivoli, Italy

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$96.53

Discover two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este, on a guided full-day trip to Tivoli from Rome. You’ll learn interesting Renaissance history, discover awe-inspiring archaeological ruins and admire elaborate gardens and dazzling fountains on a trip that’s sure to be as memorable as it is captivating.

Leave the hustle and bustle of Rome behind as you set off into the countryside by luxury coach on this guided full-day trip to Tivoli, a historic town lying east of Rome in the breathtaking Monti Tiburtini hills ... More info ›

Discover two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este, on a guided full-day trip to Tivoli from Rome. You’ll learn interesting Renaissance history, discover awe-inspiring archaeological ruins and admire elaborate gardens and dazzling fountains on a trip that’s sure to be as memorable as it is captivating.

Leave the hustle and bustle of Rome behind as you set off into the countryside by luxury coach on this guided full-day trip to Tivoli, a historic town lying east of Rome in the breathtaking Monti Tiburtini hills. Tivoli boasts a fresher climate than its busy city neighbor, and has been favored since ancient times as a popular summer retreat for wealthy Romans.
Tivoli’s top attractions are undoubtedly the magnificent and historical Hadrian’s Villa for a 1.5-hour guided walking tour. This villa belonged to the 2nd-century Emperor Hadrian, who sought a modest holiday home as a lasting tribute to his lover. (By today's standards, this ‘modest’ retreat might be considered a town in itself!) Explore the archaeological ruins of Hadrian’s estate of more than 30 buildings, including a sprawling complex of imperial palace ruins, thermal baths, libraries, temples and underground passages wide enough for cars.
Stop for lunch at a cafe (own expense) and head to Hadrian’s Villa (Villa Adriana) and Villa d’Este. Follow your guide through Villa d’Este, a former Benedictine convent considered to be one of the most enchanting villas of the late Renaissance period. Hear intriguing stories from your guide about how the building was created as a lavish home for the son of Lucretia Borgia, a scandalous Italian duchess who created much drama in 15th-century Italy. Marvel at the famous Fountain of Neptune as you stroll through the villa’s stunning gardens, featuring impressive waterfalls, centenary trees and more than 500 fountains. 
Then sit back and enjoy views of the Italian countryside as you head back to Rome. Your guide will be happy to answer any questions you have along the way.

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Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este Half-Day Trip from Rome

Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este Half-Day Trip from Rome - Tivoli, Italy
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Tivoli, Italy

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$82.90

Visit Tivoli on a half-day trip from Rome and explore its two UNESCO-listed villas – Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este – with an expert guide. Have your camera ready to capture incredible ruins, gardens and fountains while learning about the extravagant tastes of the emperors and cardinals who once lived there.

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Stop At: Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

First stop here is Hadrian’s Villa (Villa Adriana), the former holiday home of Emperor Hadrian – built in the 2nd century AD ... More info ›

Visit Tivoli on a half-day trip from Rome and explore its two UNESCO-listed villas – Hadrian’s Villa and Villa d’Este – with an expert guide. Have your camera ready to capture incredible ruins, gardens and fountains while learning about the extravagant tastes of the emperors and cardinals who once lived there.

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Stop At: Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

First stop here is Hadrian’s Villa (Villa Adriana), the former holiday home of Emperor Hadrian – built in the 2nd century AD. More akin to a small village than a home in today’s sense of the word, the ostentatious villa ruins are incredible to visit, with ruins of thermal baths, temples, palaces, and theaters just waiting to be explored. Head into the site with your guide, and learn about the emperor’s ancient travels – reportedly the inspiration for many of the monuments -- while walking around.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

After your tour of Hadrian’s Villa, return to your coach and travel the short distance to Tivoli’s other showstopping villa – the magnificent Villa d’Este. Built in the heart of the Renaissance – around 1550 – for Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, Tivoli’s governor, Villa d’Este was a contentious building that upset the local residents as they had to move to make way for it. Walk around the site with your guide, taking in the gardens and posing for photos in front of Bernini-designed fountains while learning about the Cardinal and his lavish life in the villa.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Green Line Tours - Day Tours, Rome, Lazio

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Rome to Tivoli Day Trip for Kids & Families with Hadrian's Villa & Villa d'Este

Rome to Tivoli Day Trip for Kids & Families with Hadrian's Villa & Villa d'Este  - Tivoli, Italy

Duration: 7 to 8 hours
Location: Tivoli, Italy

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$191.93

Join us for an engaging full day tour of Tivoli, specifically designed with children and families in mind! We will pick you up at your accommodation and take you 30 km away from the city of Rome where you will discover this picturesque area full of historical and artistic heritage!
Your guide will deliver a child-friendly visit to the amazing villa where Emperor Hadrian once lived, and the marvelous Villa d’Este, which once belonged to the Borgia family, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Visiting Tivoli is a great way for the family to have fun outside of Rome and a chance for your little ones to learn about Italian art and history!

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Stop At: Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

In the picturesque landscape of Tivoli, the Roman Emperor Hadrian requested the construction of his rural retreat to relax and get away from the chaotic Roman lifestyle. He actually ruled the Empire from this Villa ... More info ›

Join us for an engaging full day tour of Tivoli, specifically designed with children and families in mind! We will pick you up at your accommodation and take you 30 km away from the city of Rome where you will discover this picturesque area full of historical and artistic heritage!
Your guide will deliver a child-friendly visit to the amazing villa where Emperor Hadrian once lived, and the marvelous Villa d’Este, which once belonged to the Borgia family, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Visiting Tivoli is a great way for the family to have fun outside of Rome and a chance for your little ones to learn about Italian art and history!

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Stop At: Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

In the picturesque landscape of Tivoli, the Roman Emperor Hadrian requested the construction of his rural retreat to relax and get away from the chaotic Roman lifestyle. He actually ruled the Empire from this Villa. The archeological complex was built on an area of 80 hectares. Have fun exploring it with our family-friendly tour guide. It has several very well preserved buildings, including bathhouses due to the presence of sulphur springs in the area, and a museum filled with ancient roman artifacts which kids will absolutely love. Give them an opportunity to learn about Ancient Roman history in an enjoyable yet informative way.

Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes

Stop At: Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

The villa commissioned by the Cardinal d’Este from the Borgia family is one of the finest residences in Italy. Together with its classic Italian garden, it has been declared an UNESCO world heritage site. Discover a real jewel of Renaissance art, where fountains and decorations were added over the years using some of the greatest artists of that period such as Vasari, Muziano, and Bernini. They are incredible masterpieces of engineering that have been imitated in many gardens throughout Europe. Your kid-friendly guide knows how to engage your children and they will learn about Italian art by playing entertaining games.


Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes

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Roman Countryside: Private Concierge Shore Excursion

Roman Countryside: Private Concierge Shore Excursion - Tivoli, Italy

Duration: 8 to 10 hours
Location: Tivoli, Italy

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$219.00

• English-speaking driver and private vehicle
• Expert, licensed English-speaking local guide
• Tour of the stunning gardens of Villa d'Este
• Guided walking tour of the archaeological ruins of Hadrian's Villa, former home of 2nd century emperor Hadrian
• Lunch at selected trattoria in Tivoli (cost not included)

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Stop At: Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

The tumult of Rome has been something Romans love to leave behind for almost as long as there has been a Rome. This day long guided trip to Tivoli, a historic town lying east of Rome, will introduce you to the Roman countryside ... More info ›

• English-speaking driver and private vehicle
• Expert, licensed English-speaking local guide
• Tour of the stunning gardens of Villa d'Este
• Guided walking tour of the archaeological ruins of Hadrian's Villa, former home of 2nd century emperor Hadrian
• Lunch at selected trattoria in Tivoli (cost not included)

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

The tumult of Rome has been something Romans love to leave behind for almost as long as there has been a Rome. This day long guided trip to Tivoli, a historic town lying east of Rome, will introduce you to the Roman countryside. This area that has been favored since the 2nd century as a summer retreat for wealthy Romans. Tivoli is located in the breathtaking Monte Tiburtini hills. It enjoys a fresher climate than its busy city neighbor and is filled with remarkable art and architecture as well as a boasting from a long and rich history.
The splendid Villa d’Este, a former Benedictine convent, is considered to be one of the greatest late Renaissance villas. Built as a lavish home for the son of Lucretia Borgia. This scandalous Italian duchess created much drama in fifteenth century Italy. Villa D'Este's grounds have stunning gardens, impressive waterfalls, centenary trees, and more than 500 fountains.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Ristorante Sibilla

Lunch will be at the famous Ristorante La Sibilla, with its outdoor terrace overlooking an ancient temple.


Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Hadrian's Villa

Afterwards you will visit Hadrian’s Villa, which belonged to the 2nd century emperor Hadrian, generally considered one of the better emperors of Rome. The ruins of Hadrian’s estate comprises of more than 30 buildings including a sprawling imperial palace, thermal baths, libraries, temples, and underground passages. These passages are so wide that cars can fit through them. Your ride back to your cruise ship will take you through the beautiful Roman countryside while your local guide answers any questions you have along the way.

Duration: 3 hours

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Day Trip Rome to Tivoli Villa D'Este Gregoriana, Hadrian's Villa w hotel pickup

Day Trip Rome to Tivoli Villa D'Este Gregoriana, Hadrian's Villa w hotel pickup - Tivoli, Italy

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Tivoli, Italy

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$203.28

Visit the famous summer homes of the Roman Emperors on a Rome to Tivoli day trip. The entire day guided outing includes voyages through Tivoli's two UNESCO-recorded destinations: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este ... More info ›

Visit the famous summer homes of the Roman Emperors on a Rome to Tivoli day trip. The entire day guided outing includes voyages through Tivoli's two UNESCO-recorded destinations: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este. Hear Renaissance and Ancient Roman history and outrage, respect archeological demolishes and investigate a portion of Italy's most excessive private patio nurseries. A local professional guide will let you discover  the thermal baths, the theatre and much more. Be picked up at your accommodation in Rome and enjoy this unforgettable day.

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Stop At: Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

Travel from Rome to Tivoli via cooled mentor to begin your day trip. A lofty excursion spot in the times of Ancient Rome, the town is currently well known for its two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este. Your first stop in Tivoli is at Hadrian's Villa for a mobile visit. Hear how the manor had a place with Emperor Hadrian who wanted an unassuming country estate as a tribute to his sweetheart. By present day models, his 'modest dwelling place' be viewed as a town in its own particular right. The remnants of the ruler's amazing bequest comprise of in excess of 30 structures, and you'll see the features as you investigate. Find the mind boggling remnants of the old supreme castle and in addition warm showers, sanctuaries, libraries and underground sections that are sufficiently wide for vehicles. Appreciate lunch at your own cost, and after that keep on villa d'Este: investigate the previous Benedictine community, and see why many view the estate as one of the best of the Renaissance period. As you investigate, hear how Villa d'Este was worked as an extravagant house the child of Lucretia Borgia, a fifteenth century duchess who pulled in dramatization and chatter wherever she went. Advance past the Fountain of Neptune, and meander through the greenery enclosures to see cascades, wellsprings and century trees. Leave Villa d'Este after your visit, and after that unwind on your adventure back to Rome.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Parco Villa Gregoriana, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

Travel from Rome to Tivoli via cooled mentor to begin your day trip. A lofty excursion spot in the times of Ancient Rome, the town is currently well known for its two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este. Your first stop in Tivoli is at Hadrian's Villa for a mobile visit. Hear how the manor had a place with Emperor Hadrian who wanted an unassuming country estate as a tribute to his sweetheart. By present day models, his 'modest dwelling place' be viewed as a town in its own particular right. The remnants of the ruler's amazing bequest comprise of in excess of 30 structures, and you'll see the features as you investigate. Find the mind boggling remnants of the old supreme castle and in addition warm showers, sanctuaries, libraries and underground sections that are sufficiently wide for vehicles. Appreciate lunch at your own cost, and after that keep on villa d'Este: investigate the previous Benedictine community, and see why many view the estate as one of the best of the Renaissance period. As you investigate, hear how Villa d'Este was worked as an extravagant house the child of Lucretia Borgia, a fifteenth century duchess who pulled in dramatization and chatter wherever she went. Advance past the Fountain of Neptune, and meander through the greenery enclosures to see cascades, wellsprings and century trees. Leave Villa d'Este after your visit, and after that unwind on your adventure back to Rome.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

Travel from Rome to Tivoli via cooled mentor to begin your day trip. A lofty excursion spot in the times of Ancient Rome, the town is currently well known for its two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este. Your first stop in Tivoli is at Hadrian's Villa for a mobile visit. Hear how the manor had a place with Emperor Hadrian who wanted an unassuming country estate as a tribute to his sweetheart. By present day models, his 'modest dwelling place' be viewed as a town in its own particular right. The remnants of the ruler's amazing bequest comprise of in excess of 30 structures, and you'll see the features as you investigate. Find the mind boggling remnants of the old supreme castle and in addition warm showers, sanctuaries, libraries and underground sections that are sufficiently wide for vehicles. Appreciate lunch at your own cost, and after that keep on villa d'Este: investigate the previous Benedictine community, and see why many view the estate as one of the best of the Renaissance period. As you investigate, hear how Villa d'Este was worked as an extravagant house the child of Lucretia Borgia, a fifteenth century duchess who pulled in dramatization and chatter wherever she went. Advance past the Fountain of Neptune, and meander through the greenery enclosures to see cascades, wellsprings and century trees. Leave Villa d'Este after your visit, and after that unwind on your adventure back to Rome.

Duration: 1 hour

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Villa d'Este and Villa Adriana Fullday from Rome

Villa d'Este and Villa Adriana Fullday from Rome - Tivoli, Italy

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Tivoli, Italy

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$124.92

Spend this FullDay Tour from Rome exploring the beauty of Tivoli town.
See the Villa Adriana, and Villa d'Este with their beautiful gardens.
Upgradable with Licensed Local Guide.
You’ll be able also to spend some time visiting the town of Tivoli, where you’ll have also free time for lunch.
Pick up and drop off will be at your accommodation in Rome.
Worry-Free and Safe Private Tour Experience, operated only with:
- Expert Professional English-Speaking Drivers
- Selected local Expert Licensed Tour Guides (when booked)
- Welcoming by private licensed fully-insured air-conditioned comfortable Vehicles

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Pass By: ItalyBesTours, Rome, Lazio

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Your private driver will pick you up from your accommodation in central Rome in a luxury minivan ... More info ›

Spend this FullDay Tour from Rome exploring the beauty of Tivoli town.
See the Villa Adriana, and Villa d'Este with their beautiful gardens.
Upgradable with Licensed Local Guide.
You’ll be able also to spend some time visiting the town of Tivoli, where you’ll have also free time for lunch.
Pick up and drop off will be at your accommodation in Rome.
Worry-Free and Safe Private Tour Experience, operated only with:
- Expert Professional English-Speaking Drivers
- Selected local Expert Licensed Tour Guides (when booked)
- Welcoming by private licensed fully-insured air-conditioned comfortable Vehicles

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: ItalyBesTours, Rome, Lazio

Tour Description:
Your private driver will pick you up from your accommodation in central Rome in a luxury minivan.
In around 45 minutes you’ll reach Tivoli town, where you’ll tour Villa d’Este first.
Villa D’Este, built in the heart of the Renaissance around 1550, for the will of the Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, Tivoli’s governor.
Walk around the Villa with your private local guide (if option guide included booked), taking in the gardens and posing for photos in front of Bernini-designed fountains while learning about the Cardinal and his lavish life in the Villa. Villa d'Este's fame, however, is due more to its gardens than to the building itself.
This most famous Italian-style garden, which has been imitated, reverberates with the sound of so many fountains that inspired the Romantic composer Franz Liszt to write a piano suite called “Fountains of the Villa d'Este.”
Then you’ll spend some time in the town of Tivoli itself and take a leisurely stroll in the small ancient town, the town offers a wide view over the Roman countryside, stopping also for lunch in a good restaurant with an unbelievable location (own expense).
In the afternoon, you’ll visit Villa Adriana.
The magnificent Hadrian’s Villa (Villa Adriana), the former holiday home of Emperor Hadrian. It was built in the 2nd century AD. It's more similar to a small village than a home in today’s sense of the word.
Hadrian's Villa was a complex of over 30 buildings, covering an area of at least 1 square kilometers (c. 250 acres) of which much is still not excavated. The Villa was the greatest Roman example of an Alexandrian garden, recreating a sacred landscape.
The complex included palaces, several baths, theatre, temples, libraries, staterooms, and quarters for courtiers, praetorians, and slaves.
After Villa Adriana visit you will return to your hotel or accommodation in Rome.
Is possible to have an Official Licensed Guide (selecting Guide Included Option) for the Villa D'Este and Villa Adriana.
Official Licensed Guides (available in English), if booked, are selected by us.
If no private licensed guide is chosen, you can rent audio-guides (available in English, French, German and Spanish).

Stop At: Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

Villa d’Este, masterpiece of the Italian Garden, is included in the UNESCO world heritage list. With its impressive concentration of fountains, nymphs, grottoes, plays of water, and music, it constitutes a much-copied model for European gardens in the mannerist and baroque styles.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Villa Adriana, Tivoli, Province of Rome, Lazio

Hadrian’s Villa at Tivoli is one of the Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Built by the request of the Emperor Hadrian, the Villa is a monumental living complex that even today continues to display the lavishness and enormous power of Ancient Rome.

Duration: 2 hours

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